It’s easy and delicious. We’re were likely to own it for lunch on Monday.
This is probably due partly to the simple fact that I’m about 15 years late to the party with this yummy meal. I’m not sure why, however, our family never climbed up eating it. For years I used to only think of it merely as a crazy fad diet and never honestly tried this until a few years ago.
But the second I did, i fell in love at the first bite. When you add a few smoked kielbasa sausages to the picture and several hearty potatoes, you’re going to have a beautiful dish. Make sure you also have a lot of tasty and garlicky seasonings — that feel-good, warm, savory, delicious taste is comfort food to the max.
I wish I squeeze you all around my table and ladle you up a skillet to your self now. But instead, I’m only going to beg you to stir up a bud for your self, because of this recipe magic.
2 Tbsp butter
1 big onion, chopped
1/2 cup water
1 large head cabbage, cut into wedges
5 red potatoes, cut into cubes
1 lb smoked sausage, sliced
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
Peel some or all of the potatoes, then cut into quarters or half.
Pour 1/2 of plain water and add slices of garlic and coriander block.
Slice cabbage to thin or thick pieces and abandon the hard white area of the cabbage. Put it into the kettle.
Cut onions and put it in the put. Add salt and pepper to taste. Then steam for half an hour or before vegetable tenderize.
Cook on medium heat, then mix and then reduce to medium or low heat.
Cook until potatoes and carrots are tender or for approximately 30 minutes. Keep the lid only.
Take away the cover whenever you wake it.